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Les Baudouins Morts existed between 1996 and 2000. They were a local cult band, with a strong following in the underground scene in and around the town of Leuven (Belgium). Their music, if that's what you want to call it, was just an excuse to promote radical leftwing protest, make sick jokes, criticize about everything and everyone walking the face of the planet and give everyone involved the opportunity to play his instrument to his own liking. The lyrics were always in Dutch, interlaced with...
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Topics: weirdomusic, punk, rock, punk rock, belgian, belgium
Source: WM Recordings/Les Baudouins Morts
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by Various Artists
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The NetLabel Coalition (NLC) is an organisation consisting of a group of netlabels who have a shared interest in promoting the free music ideal, as well as promoting their own catalogues and artists through collaborative efforts and projects. Using forums hosted by The Creative UnCommons as their base the various participants also discuss the free music movement as a whole, what can be done to spread awareness and how the scene itself can be improved. Whilst fundamentally created for labels to...
Topics: weirdomusic, netaudio, compilation, electronic, netlabels
Source: WM Recordings
WM Recordings
by Various Artists
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Over the last decade, the free music scene has brought out numerous big names. Thanks to them the fact that there's an endless amount of incredibly "good" music available for free on the internet has become obvious to everybody. But of course there's also an even greater amount of incredibly shite music out there...
Topics: weirdomusic, compilation, netaudio, electronic, pop, electro, samples
Source: WM Recordings
WM Recordings
by Happy Elf
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HAPPY ELF is a dutch independent recording artist. He makes his own kind of synthpop using analog synthesizers and drum computers. His music sounds like music from the 80ties of last century and brings back happy memories. HAPPY ELF does not use a computer but plays all his instruments himself. He started making music 30 years ago using the same synthesizers and drum computers, recording almost a track a week. HAPPY ELF also plays guitars and drums and performs with several bands in The...
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Topics: weirdomusic, electronic, electropop, synth, dance, electro
Source: WM Recordings/Happy Elf
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by Claudio Nuñez & Sergio Paolucci
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All the structures for open improvisation were designed by Claudio Nuñez. Apariencia v is based on Rag Rag (composed in 2007 for the Claudio Nuñez Trio). The piano and sax duet on Desnudo Bajando... is a free improvisation. Recorded in Caballito, Buenos Aires, Argentina on january 27, 2010.
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Topics: weirdomusic, jazz, free jazz, improvisation, avantgarde
Source: WM Recordings/Claudio Nuñez
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by Stefano Roncarolo & Sandro Marinoni
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Stefano Roncarolo, a young and virtuoso Italian bass player, and Sandro Marinoni, flautist and trombonist. We recorded a very interesting project titled Mirage.
Topics: weirdomusic, sax, trombone, flute, improvisation, jazz, italy
Source: WM Recordings/Stefano Roncarolo/Sandro Marinoni
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by Keshco
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Keshco are back! The quirky English trio of home-recorders are delighted to bring more odd sounds and catchy melodies to WM Recordings. The six tracks on “Lego Of Me” are about fantastical romantic visions – quixotic pursuit of love, obsession, inner peace through gender reassignment, futuristic old-fashioned entertainment, suburban sensuality, and ultimately, a honey-sweet afterlife where your favourite celebrities banter and put their harps through echo pedals.
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Topics: weirdomusic, wm recordings, keshco, alternative, quirky, pop
Source: WM Recordings/Keshco
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by brunk
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A homerecorded DIY mishmash of old tracks (recorded between 1999 and 2005), quiet songs, homerecorded weirdo pop instrumentals, noisy stuff, little redundant experiments, lo-fi nonsense, kitch, guitars, samples, electronica etc.: leftovers galore! A loose collection of B-sides without A-sides... 5 totally non-cohesive 4-track ep's thrown on one disc without much thinking or reason... that's 'a simple guide'! Enjoy this rough audioguide through different and sometimes forgotten corners of...
Topics: weirdomusic, brunk, belgian, guitar, free improvisation, experimental
Source: WM Recordings/brunk
WM Recordings
by Gorowski
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After a three year absence, Gorowski releases his fourth album “Sowilo” on WM Recordings. This time it’s a double-helping! Also featuring Swiss artist Crepesuzette. More free music for the discerning ear from the Dutch label.
Topics: weirdomusic, wm recordings, gorowski, electronic, eletropop, dance
Source: WM Recordings/Gorowski
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by Aunt Jamamas Big Band Vigilantes
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All Improv Avant Garde Acid Jazz, clown music, with a hint of darkwave industrial. Or whatever else comes to mind. Our shows feature live art, film and experimentation.
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Topics: weirdomusic, jazz, free jazz, improvisation, avantgarde
Source: WM Recordings/Aunt Jamamas Big Band Vigilantes
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by Greg Houwer
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First there was the sea. Then a beach. Long time there was nothing. After that the humans came. And soon it was ... Sauna Planet
Source: WM Recordings/Greg Houwer
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by Zeptosound
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Zeptosound are inspired by the transition from order to chaos, by the world being regular and known yet simultaneously deeply strange. Other people say we're classical, or new-age, or jazz/improvisational, but we don't really know. What we do know is that we like improvisation and randomness in our music and often feel we are on the edge of reaching something but the closer we get the further this something retreats into the darkness or the light. If we go too far towards it we'll kill it.
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Topics: weirdomusic, wm recordings, instrumental
Source: WM Recordings/Zeptosound